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An Egg-citing Easter Surprise

Jake Hart, Contributor
May 20, 2021

Bunnies being ditched after Easter is a real problem. As a gift for Easter people receive rabbits, however, they shortly find out later they can't take care of them and have no choice but to let them free. A mother of five in Hollywood, Florida found a rabbit under a car and decided to take the rabbit in and put an ad for the bunny on the social platform, Nextdoor. Goldie Hill, a resident of Hollywood,...

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Cyiah Avila: a Seminole Rider Amongst Cowboys

Mikah Combs, Photographer
May 6, 2021

Davie, Florida, "Cowboy Town," has had the tradition of rodeo since the early 1920s and it is the main tourist attraction. But, if you look closely, tucked among the straw cowboy hats, leather cowboy boots and prized belt buckles, you will find 16-year-old Cyiah Avila, a rodeo rider and member of the local Seminole tribe. She is one of the three tribe members that participate in all of the rodeo...

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SBHS Boys’ Water Polo Team Comes Up Short at Forza Stefano Tournament

Hope Silverhardt
March 18, 2021

March 5th and 6th kicked off the 5th annual Forza Stefano Water Polo Tournament. The Tournament is held by the Forza Stefano Charitable Foundation created to honor Stefano Dioguardi's love for water polo. Stefano Dioguardi attended Pembroke Pines Charter High School and played on the Boys' Water Polo Team, but unfortunately passed away due to childhood cancer. South Broward High School's Boys' Team...

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2021 District Track Meet

Tyrel Clare, Contributor
May 26, 2021

Last Tuesday, April 13th, SBHS Track and Field closed their season at Miramar Ansin Sports Complex, and although they didn't take home the District 14 trophy, they placed third overall.  All of the events that took place were entertaining to witness. South Broward had some pretty tough competition as they took on Miramar, Western, West Broward, Nova, Cooper City , Flanagan, Cypress Bay, Everglades,...

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Baseball Season Comes to a Close

Jacob LaRoque, Contributor
May 20, 2021

On Friday, May 7th the SBHS varsity baseball season came to a halt in a disappointing 10-0 loss against the Doral Academy Firebirds. Senior Jacob LaRoque started on the mound, giving up five hits and four earned runs in three innings of work. Junior Dylan Khan came in during the fourth inning and had a similar fate as LaRoque, surrendering three hits and four runs in the fourth. Hits from Luke...

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District Track Meet 2021

Tyrel Clare, Contributor
May 18, 2021

 Last Tuesday, April 13th, SBHS Track and Field closed their season at Miramar Ansin Sports Complex and although they didn't take home the District 14 trophy, they placed third overall.  All of the events that took place were entertaining to witness. South Broward had some pretty tough competition as they took on Miramar, Western, West Broward, Nova, Cooper City, Flanagan, Cypress Bay, Everglades,...

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After 30 Years SBHS Art Teacher Hangs Up Her Smock

Bryannah Azim

SBHS art teacher Susan Ostheim calls up the new National Art Honor Society inductees at an end of the school year celebration. She retired after 30 years of teaching.

Prom During Covid-19

Prom During Covid-19

May 26, 2021

The Pandemic Prom

The Pandemic Prom

May 24, 2021

Manatee Population Decreasing

Manatee Population Decreasing

May 24, 2021

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With Biden Arms Deal, the US is Supporting Isreal in Latest Attack
The Concern of House Bill 233

The Concern of House Bill 233

May 21, 2021

Racism A Public Health Threat? Yes, Here’s Why.

Racism A Public Health Threat? Yes, Here’s Why.

May 19, 2021

Derek Chauvin Trial

Derek Chauvin Trial

May 18, 2021

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A Year With Covid-19

Araceli Funez-Ruiz, Contributer | May 26, 2021

Fourteen months ago, Joselynn Romero was a typical 8th grader. She hung out with friends, went out shopping, and went on trips. Fast-forward to this spring, and it's like she's a different person. "I have become more antisocial, because I haven’t been able to see people and make a connection with them,” said Romero. March 11, 2020 the World Health organization declared the Coronavirus a worldwide...

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The Concern of House Bill 233

Melanie Diaz, Contributor | May 21, 2021

On March 7th, 2021, the republican-led Florida legislature passed house bill 233. Also known as the Postsecondary Education, the bill requires the board of education to survey public colleges, including staff, students, and faculty in an attempt to broaden the intellectual diversity at these universities. Personally, it seems that the legislation is a way for these people to monitor, and manipulate...

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